A discussion forum for people interested in digital humanities across the disciplines
A group where we can share research, teaching, writings, and other work in public humanities.
For archivists, digital archivists, and those interested in archival theory and practice.
The public space for The Classroom and the Future of the Historical Record project, funded by the Humanities Without Walls initiative.
For individuals – at all stages of professional achievement – who are engaged with the theory and practice of Digital Art History (DArtH?) in academic and museum contexts
The semantic web group
This group will post announcements about events and workshops in the Lab for Education and Advancement in Digital Research (LEADR), a project of History, Anthropology, and Matrix at MSU.
Space for the community of Digital Humanists at Michigan State University. Find out more about DH@MSU at https://digitalhumanities.msu.edu/
This group will focus on the ongoing sustainability needs of digital humanities projects.
This group is linked to Linked Pasts IV, the annual symposium dedicated to facilitating practical and pragmatic developments in Linked Open Data in History, Classics, Geography, and Archaeology.
For the event […]
A group for any and all who are interested in using online crowdsourcing for research, or researching the practice of crowdsourcing for research in the humanities. Practitioners, participants, enthusiasts and […]
A public group for people interested in working through more humane indicators of excellence for the humanities and social sciences. For more about the project, please visit our website at humetricshss.org.
This group has been created to explore the creation of an inclusive open-source historical mapping community, with a focus on Early Modern London, Early Modern England and Wales, Ireland and Scotland, and their […]
A group for MSU Commons alpha testers. Report problems, provide feedback, and get ideas about how to use the network!
A group for the graduate seminar in Digital History and Digital Humanities at Michigan State University